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In 1964, Giordano joined the WDR as a journalist and stayed there until 1988.
Currently, Giordano is a freelance writer and has written numerous articles about his experiences in Nazi Germany, the dangers of Neo-Nazi movements, and sees Islam as a threat: in a New York Times interview (2007), he vehemently opposed the construction of a new mosque in Cologne, citing German mosques as "a symbol of a parallel society", and calling the integration of German Muslims "a failure".